In this episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast, Luci Dumas with Ted Linczak, a Master craftsmen photographer and award winning wedding photographers
Ted Linczak and his wife Rachel, are the owner and photographers of Linczak Photography and Nuvo Images since 2006, and has thriving photography studios in Northeast Ohio, and Charleston, SC. He Has been on local, state, and national stages for 8 years sharing the fundamental as well as his “Wonder of Santa” program.
Ted’s style is glamorous and combines high fashion photography with photojournalism to display relationships and connections between his subjects.
Ted is the 2020 South Carolina as well as Ohio Photographer of the Year (PPSC, PPO), also winning the award in 2015, 2017, and 2018. He was awarded the overall Grand Imaging Award from PPA in 2016 for his album 1863, which also was awarded the Gold Medallion Award by the American Society of Photographers the same year. Ted has won multiple Grand Imaging Awards through the PPA for his wedding and portrait albums since 2012, and was awarded the Canon Par Excellence Award in 2016.
Ted shared how he began his career as a photographer, the importance of creating a portfolio, entering competitions, and living the art of photography with passion. Stay tuned to hear more about this amazing story!
In this episode of the Profitable Photographer Luci and Ted discuss:
•Ted’s career and how he got started in photo contests.
•The importance of education to reach the level you see in other colleagues.
•Getting out virtually and physically to make it happen.
•The reality of awards is that you have to do it to challenge yourself.
•Photography competitions are important to grow creatively, technically and as an artist.
•Add value creating themed photo books
•Create creative sets for your pictures
•Always ask yourself “what can I do better?”
•Create visibility of your brand
•Social Media Marketing
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